of major ones on identity - he said knowing who you are is key. and so from the hindu perspective - and of course, as always, in the world of religion, we have such a diverse group; there's many, many different groups - and so we've had variations down here once again in our foothills, and we're getting a lot of mileage out of this analogy. but i like it. we're down here, we will get some disagreements. but overall, i think most hindus could agree with these key answers. first, brahman, he mentioned brahman - this is the ultimate ground of being - existence, consciousness, bliss, the mind, all in all. here we had the sense that there is one something - some divine behind everything, and in the flowers and in the world around us, so we have that. so where does that put humans? well, our soul - he said everyone is divine. well, in the hindu context, that's achman. ultimately, achman and brahman are one - our soul is divine. and that's a nice way to get up in the morning step right on out-you're so right. "hey, you know, i'm divine."